Here is a complete guide to Install and Use Bluestacks on PC.
Bluestacks has been the gold standard for running the Android apps on PC. It lets you play around with apps on PC. For instance, if you are not on your phone and your PC is rather more conveniently accessible to you, will be able to access your frequently used apps directly from your PC.
Not only this but you will be able to work on a bigger screen to handle and toggle between the apps.
Bluestacks setting things up is ridiculously easy. You simply go to the website, install it and Go. Once you are inside, you can browse and install various games and applications and access them from the bar on the top of the homepage.
Install and Use Bluestacks on PC
Before downloading Bluestacks, make sure that you have the following requirements fulfilled.
You must be the Administrator on your PC.
Make sure your PC has 2GB of RAM/main memory.
Your PC must have 4GB of disk space available for storing Android apps / games and their data.
Check if the PC’s graphics drivers are updated.
Install Bluestacks on PC
Get Bluestacks Android Emulator
Go to the Bluestacks Website
On the homepage, you will get two options to download the emulator; Bluestacks for Windows and Bluestacks for Mac
Go ahead and download Bluestacks.
Once Bluestacks has been installed on your PC, open it.
How to Install an App or Game using Bluestacks?
Bluestacks is designed with a simple and easy to register interface. On the homescreen you will find a search tool bar.
You can use this search tool bar to look for any application or game that you want to install on your computer.
Once the application has been installed, its icon will appear in the Bluestacks ‘My Apps’ section.
Now you can go ahead and open the app or game you have recently installed and use it.
All the apps and games that you have installed will be accessible from the ‘My Apps’ section for future use.
You might have also heard about another of Bluestacks challenger called Andy. If you face any problem installing or using Bluestacks on your computer, you can opt for Andy instead.